In an action-packed episode, we engage in a little live Halo: Reach multiplayer action, then Joey attempts to pilot a remote control helicopter around the confines of our broom-closet-sized studio. Hilarity ensues.
In what may be the craziest episode ever, Joey takes flight by piloting a model helicopter around the studio, using an iPhone app as a control pad. Virtual mayhem erupts when we take turns blasting each other in a alive Halo: Reach demo, and later, Scott describes his warm fuzzy feelings towards the NFL's handheld FanVision instant replay device.
A video making the rounds shows an eccentric "scientist" who has a penchant for theatrics using a torch in a way you would never expect.
RIAA reminds me of 1950s-era urban planners
Check out our launch event gallery to see the fans in line (when we were there, the line snaked around three sides of a city block), plus several life-size Halo statues on display.
We take a test flight with this iPhone-controlled spycam quadricopter.
After a decade of games, the Halo franchise comes to a close with Halo: Reach.
A DNA-based matchmaking service claims to hook up couples who will share an aromatic attraction.
Pong Research offers a case that it says will reduce the amount of cell phone radiation that your head will absorb during a call. Surprisingly, it appears to work.
Democrats charged during the Bush administration that science research became politicized. Obama's presidential memorandum signed this week promises to avoid that pitfall. Will it work?